In January 2021, the WHO called on all nations to practice “vaccine equity,” which is working together to ensure that all humans have access to vaccines. Predictably, the US has more COVID-19 vaccines than it knows what to do with; Americans aren’t lining up in droves to receive the under-studied shot that’s killing more people in some counties, such as the UK and Australia, than COVID-19.
Still, the US has too many vaccines; they cannot give those shots away despite million dollar lotteries, free donuts, free marijuana, and free beer offers. So what does the US do when it has a vaccine surplus? One would assume the US would begin shipping vaccines to countries where people are allegedly dying from COVID-19.
The problem is, that’s all a lie. There are no mass COVID-19 deaths. So the US is now vaccinating it’s zoo population. Yes, we are vaccinating animals.
From the Denver Channel, “‘It’s very important to us to provide protection for our animals,’ said Dr. Scott Larsen, the vice president of animal health at the Denver Zoo. ‘Our primates and carnivores will be at the top of the list.’”
Got it, Denver? COVID-19 is so serious that instead of sending extra vaccine to other nations per the WHO’s Covax Scheme, Colorado is vaccinating monkeys.
From WHO, “The ACT Accelerator is a ground-breaking global collaboration to accelerate the development, production, and equitable access to COVID-19 tests, treatments, and vaccines. COVAX is co-led by Gavi, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) and WHO. Its aim is to accelerate the development and manufacture of COVID-19 vaccines, and to guarantee fair and equitable access for every country in the world.”
So why would the US vaccinate zoo animals, given the WHO’s push for “vaccine equity” and the alleged seriousness of COVID-19? To answer that question quite simply, US vaccine trials ran out of monkeys.
“In the past seven months, more than 100 COVID-19 vaccines, therapies, and drugs have been pushed into development. But for any of these treatments to make it to humans, they usually have to face another animal first: a monkey. And here, scientists in the United States say they are facing a bottleneck. There just aren’t enough monkeys to go around,” proclaimed The Atlantic in August, 2020.
“A 2018 National Institutes of Health report had found that NIH-funded national primate centers would be unable to meet future demand and specifically discussed a ‘strategic monkey reserve’ to provide ‘surge capability for unpredictable disease outbreaks.’ A disease outbreak is upon us; the strategic monkey reserve was never created.”
In other words, because primates are imported mainly from China, and the COVID-19 vaccine is experimental, the US has an experimental monkey shortage. If readers believe that with all of the word salad about “vaccine equity,” US authorities would graciously allow vaccines to be allocated to zoo animals rather than thirds world humans “dying of COVID-19,” then I’d also like to sell those readers the “wet market” theory for the bio weapon unleashed on the world by China.
On the contrary, US entities have faced increased scrutiny in recent years for monkey biomedical research, with Harvard suspending its primate labs in 2018. PETA and national animal rights groups have long contended that primate research is unethical.
In this case, regardless of the ethics of experimenting on animals, the human element of COVID-19 “vaccine” trials is the most egregious of unethical violations. While innocent Americans are fed the narrative by Lester Holt that “the Rona variants” are going to kill any unvaccinated people, the vaccine is touted as the solution to world problems, despite more deaths in Australia from the sketchy shot than from the family of 99.7% survivable Coronaviruses.
But zoo animals vaccinations, once again, draw the push to get vaccinated under further scrutiny. Either COVID-19 is not serious enough to warrant the shipment of vaccines to nations with people “dying of Corona,” or the US is perpetrating mRNA trials on innocent animals because the safety of the “vaccine” is not yet known….and years of peer reviewed studies are needed.
While Jared Polis touts this new practice of vaccinating our zoological friends as the next greatest thing his tanked state of Colorado is doing, he may want to check with his PETA-obsessed husband. “First Gentleman Marlon, which is more important: safety of primates or that the vaccine is tested on more animals before we continue to kill and injure humans?”
Did someone at the CDC or WHO realize we could kill and injure zoo animals, who can’t expressly give permission, in these trials rather than killing anymore innocent young people, eager via their parents’ digested propaganda to obtain a vaccine that’s causing myocarditis and blood clots in the young up to the elderly?
Jared and Marlon might want to check in with the WHO in order to inquire about the “equity” of this primate vaccination plan, and Coloradoans should think twice about any vaccine that requires MORE monkey testing.